Sled DogsFilmmaker Fern Levitt examines the breeding and care of dogs raised specifically for sled dog racing.Genre: DocumentaryCountry: CanadaDuration: 82 minQuality: HDRelease: 2016IMDb: 5.7
Critic Reviews of "Sled Dogs"Los Angeles TimesOctober 05, 2017
This gripping exposé of the dark side of the commercial dog sledding industry, particularly as it pertains to Alaska's annual Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race, is a horrifying heartbreaker.New York TimesJuly 27, 2017
Ms. Levitt went on a sled ride once, and after a look behind the scenes, took a dog home with her. She will make you want to do the same.Village VoiceJuly 27, 2017
Sled Dogs lifts the heart before tearing it out.Globe and MailMay 30, 2017
You can make up your own mind about whether what's shown is terrible cruelty or simply pragmatism. What's certain is you will never feel quite as cozy and romantic about travelling by dog sled ever again.Globe and MailMay 05, 2017
However you feel about commercial dog sledding, Fern Levitt's Sled Dogs is bound to rankle - either because of the material itself or the filmmaker's take.NYC Movie GuruJuly 28, 2017
An enraging, heartbreaking, and eye-opening exposé.Counterpunch.orgJuly 28, 2017
A powerful documentary that reveals how much Iditarod and Michael Vick have in common.Film Journal InternationalJuly 26, 2017
This persuasive documentary about the sled-dog industry focuses on the economics of animal cruelty and aims to inform rather than entertain.Shockya.comJuly 06, 2017
Nice nature photography but so repetitious that the talking heads' contributions turn to (dare I say?) mush.
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